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Member #565537

Member Since: June 22, 2014

Country: United States

  • I don’t understand why the software platform needs to be so robust for an IOT device. Could anyone please tell me the advantages of linux on this guy? If anything, I feel like IOT devices are moving in the FPGA (less code more logic) direction.

  • I don't understand why the software platform needs to be so robust for an IOT device. Could anyone please tell me the advantages of linux on this guy? If anything, I feel like IOT devices are moving in the FPGA (less code more logic) direction.

  • Negs if using with the Redboard:

    • Bumps up against the DC barrel jack. Leading to wobble (like a chair with a short leg).
    • Because it can't sit flush, you can pin through the six ISP pins.
    • The current mini breadboard is slightly longer, covering the ISP pins anyway.

    I recommend only soldering what you need. I didn't solder anything. The headers fit snugly. God bless you if you solder all of the header pins.

  • What would be the best way to make/get one of these at higher voltages? The best option I'm thinking is resizing the circuit and putting it on a breadboard....I'd appreciate any ideas.

No public wish lists :(